- A company can not simply look at the accounts of an applicant on Facebook, Twitter and other social media. A company investigation agency has therefore Thursday received a slap on the wrist of the Personal Authority, the privacy watchdog of government.
Examination Hoffmann had printed the social media profiles of job applicants and included in files for employers. The list of friends was often printed. That information was often irrelevant to the job, but it came to personal information about people.
Hoffmann has changed his way of working by only searching for,, to take any risks for the job and only the relevant information for this file. ' Thus the problems are solved, according to the Authority.
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